Welcome back! It’s time for a new sketch challenge at AnnaBelle Stamps and yet another fab cas design, thanks Andrea.
Okay so this card started as something completely different… now it’s a window with a flower pot, only just slightly different to a fish bowl it started out as lol. Oh Well, you have those days.
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11 thoughts on “Where’s the fish? A new Sketch challenge at AnnaBelle Stamps!”
Beautiful – love the window you’ve created and the textured pieces.
Hope to see the fish bowl one day! TFS.
Very pretty ‘Window Scene’…Really great take on the sketch, Therese!
Haha – well you never know Therese – it might be in the flower pot :oP
Beautiful interpretation of the sketch – perfectly designed with the window and flower pot 🙂
Gorgeous Therese… I wish I had seen your window before I made mine, love the texture and the ‘glass’ 🙂
Therese, I love the fact that a fishbowl can turn into a gorgeous window… This card is a perfect combination of colours, texture and fabulous creating skill by it’s maker… LOVE!!!
Love, love, love your card Therese! Everything about your card is jaw dropping gorgeous, just love it!
PS, thanks for the quick and easy directions on how to make the window, I’m so going to give it a go, thanks again XX
Oh, the poor fish, buried in the flower pot 😉 lol! You’ve got to love how things take a left turn now & then! Gorgeous colours – and I love that textured strip!
jessi’s comment made me snicker. well, i just love how this all turned out. gorgeous!
Oh my goodness, I love every detail! Glad your card went in this direction!!! 🙂
A great take on the sketch! Love your window scene.